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Needed Help with reading the Flow Chart
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Needed Help with reading the Flow Chart
Hello everyone!

I'm still trying to achieve any positive aspects of my CPAP treatment, apart from low AHI numbers. I'm still feeling poorly and tired for almost whole day. 
Trying to understand Flow Charts as they may give more information into my breathing patterns. I'm posting two screenshots from Oscar:
1) whole chart looks flatty 
2) flat part
Are these two showing the same issue? Is it mouth breathing? (I'm using N20 Nasal Mask without any tapes or chinstraps) I think it may or may not be arousals, as my biggest concerns is waking up multiple time during the night. Or maybe something entirely else. 
Any help is appreaciated. 
Cheers!


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